Giordano

1.866.305.8275 PO Box 745
Mamaroneck, NY 10543
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The Family Business: Our History The Giordano family has been producing wine in Valle Talloria since 1900 At Giordano the art of producing fine wine is deeply rooted in a tradition which has been proudly passed on from father to son for over 100 years. For four generations this tradition has been fuelled by a love for the land, a passion for one's work, a respect for the lessons only experience can teach as well as by a quiet satisfaction in one's achievements. Each generation has contributed its own particular mark of personality and innovation without ever forsaking its roots. Using state of the art techniques and equipment offers us the opportunity of being able to create an ever wider range of products. At the same time this has allowed us to bring the quality of our products to the highest level, a fact that is widely appreciated both in Italy and abroad. Yet the people who work at the Giordano winery have remained proudly attached to the rural tradition in which this business is steeped, jealously guarding those rituals , that have always gone into making good wine, remaining true to their hearts and true to nature. The Cellars: Our Traditions Going down to the cellar and walking amongst the oak Read more »

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  • Nebbiolo

    History of the grape: Two schools of thought exist as to the origins of Nebbiolo (which means “little fog” either for...

  • Dolcetto

    History of the grape: The name means “little sweet one” in Italian. Dolcetto, along with Barbera and Nebbiolo is one ...

  • Barbera

    History of the grape: Barbera is a native to the Piedmont, where it has been growing for centuries, and is now the fo...

  • Sangiovese

    Prounounced “San-joh-vay-say,” this Italian wine varietal is Tuscany’s #1 red wine grape. It’s the pistol of Central ...

  • Zinfandel

    Parentage of the grape: Crljenak to Austria to America. In the 1970s, claims surfaced that the Italian Primitivo is l...

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  • Giordano Chianti 2004

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    I concur - past its prime. Read More

    Wine review by RBoulanger


  • Giordano Chardonnay di Sicilia 2005

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    Everything Stephen said, plus it tastes as if the vintner was confused about which part of the barrel to use. That is, oak vs. iron bands. Read More

    Wine review by 6339gr 6339 gr


  • Giordano Chianti 2004

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    gr: I wouldn't wash my hands with it.RBoulanger: A real winner! ... Do you dare try the 2005?In fairness, this was probably passable around the time it was bottled, but is well past its prime now, if not actually corked. That said, it tasted noticeably bad. Twice (once with pork, once with cheap pizza). So the garbage disposal got the rest of th... Read More

    Wine review by 6339gr 6339 gr


  • Giordano Barbera d'Alba 2005

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    Ruby red in color, thin legs. Fruity aroma, hints of berries, plumb, with a subtle hint of orange. Crisp and refreshing, dry, and light. Very tasty. Had it with dinner, your atypical lasagna. Read More

    Wine review by RafaH


  • Giordano Chardonnay di Sicilia 2005

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    Familiar apple nose, some pear, but flabby and simple. Not a fan. Read More

    Wine review by Stephen


  • Giordano Soave DOC 2005

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    No written review

    Wine review by Stephen


  • Giordano Prosecco 2005

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    Not the best Prosecco, but drinkable. Citrus and yeast on the nose. Soft bubbles with citrus and apple in the mouth. Slightly numbing with an ok finish. Read More

    Wine review by Stephen


  • Giordano Barolo 1998

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    Orange peel and Barolo spice. A decent entry-level Barolo that hits its spots, but doesn't impress like a great Barolo should. This 1998 is drinking well now. Read More

    Wine review by RBoulanger


  • Giordano Barolo 1998

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    An ok Barolo...slightly alcoholic in the mouth...did not let it breathe much and probably should have. Dried fruit and spice. Not the most elegant, but also not terribly expensive. Read More

    Wine review by Stephen


  • This week saw three large transactions in the wine industry:Giordano, Italy's third largest winery and a company I have worked with extensively, yielded primary control to a private equity firm for a figure rumored to be in the $150-200 million range;Sam's Wine and Spirit, one of the largest wine retailers in the US, sold an 80% stake to Arbor P... Read More

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